A significant court sentencing recently brought ghost broking back to the headlines.
Birmingham Crown Court sentenced a fraudster to 16 months’ imprisonment suspended for 18 months, 300 hours of community work, three months curfew, victim costs of £8,000 and court costs of £1,200.
In February 2019, Inner London Crown court handed out a two-year prison sentence to a ghost broker that committed £60,000 of fraudulent activity.
Along with these headlines came the recurrent debates surrounding
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